Situated at 171st and Switzer in Johnson County’s acclaimed Blue Valley School District is stunning Terrybrook Farms—a must-see during the Fall Parade of Homes. Comprised of three neighborhoods—Maple Ridge, Stone Creek and The Enclave—Terrybrook Farms leverages the experience and financial strength of two of Kansas City’s top builders and developers, Don Julian and Brian Rodrock.
The thoughtfully designed community—envisioned by names synonymous with innovation, building signature family homes with integrity and delivering concierge customer service—boasts beautiful topography, privacy and contemporary amenities.
Six highly regarded builders, exclusive estate lots and a community resort-style pool and clubhouse, basketball sport court and an intra-community trail system that links to the popular Indian Creek Hike and Bike Trail are details that have buyers flocking to Terrybrook Farms.
With prices ranging from the mid-$400,000s to more than $2 million, the Julian-Rodrock Homes Community provides discerning buyers the opportunity to purchase or build homes of distinction.
Stone Creek of Terrybrook Farms
Rodrock Homes features two professionally decorated models—the Cimarron and Coronado—for tour in the Stone Creek neighborhood during the Parade. The Anthem Reverse, although not decorated, is open. Don Julian Parade entries include four stylish, furnished homes: The Ridgewood Gallery II, The Auburn, Madison II and Glendale II.
Lisa Neyens, a ReeceNichols real estate agent who has helped buyers find their dream home in Terrybrook Farms, notes the community has something for everyone.
“The generous home sites are designed to accommodate private pools and gracious family living,” she said. “With multiple price points the appeal is endless. The planned amenities are superb, like the walking trails and lake. There’s a welcoming sense of community in what’s being developed.”
The 1.5-story Craftsman-inspired Cimarron by Rodrock is main level living at its finest, with a large master suite retreat that opens onto a covered porch and is complemented by a spa-like bath, a spacious his-and-her walk-in closet and laundry room. Entertaining is a breeze with a well-equipped kitchen—outfitted with a walk-in pantry and gourmet appliances—that transitions into a great room and eat-in breakfast nook. The upper level functions as a kid’s haven, with a loft, three bedrooms/baths and a separate laundry facility.
Rodrock’s Coronado takes family living to a whole new level in a two-story, four-bedroom residence designed with a busy lifestyle in mind. The main level is the home’s hub, featuring a kitchen with an oversized island amenable to family dinners, party buffets and after-school homework. Just steps away are a light-filled hearth room, eat-in breakfast nook and a great room with a vaulted ceiling.
The four-bedroom, reverse 1.5-story Anthem Reverse by Rodrock combines living and entertaining on the estate-size floor plan’s main level. For the living spaces, the master suite offers a large walk-in closet with master bath options, while a first-floor flex space can be utilized as a study or mother-in-law quarters. Downstairs is home to two guest suites, a recreation space with bar and storage and patio walk-out, with alternative layout options available.
The Ridgewood Gallery II is a show-stopping Don Julian reverse 1.5-story, five-bedroom, five-bath home. A custom fireplace commands the spacious and airy main level and the gourmet kitchen includes a large island for overflow dining and entertaining. A sought-after kitchen amenity, a separate back pantry includes a second oven. The gourmet kitchen is loaded with custom cabinetry.
Don Julian’s Madison II is a five-bedroom home characterized by a grand entrance that features a soaring, two-story celling and an open design. The main level is an entertaining paradise, with a flex room showcased as a media room with scissors doors that open to a large covered deck. Attention to detail is throughout every room in the home, like the kitchen pantry’s rustic barn doors.
The Auburn is a delightful four-bedroom Don Julian floor plan with a modern farmhouse ambience. The open main level includes a media room, computer nook and a fabulous master suite. In the well-appointed kitchen, tile extends up to the ceiling and a two-level island beckons family and activities and entertaining. Shiplap graces the walls in the dining room. The second level features a laundry room and three bedrooms, each with a private bath.
The Glendale II by Don Julian is a striking four-bedroom, two-story home packed with personality and lovely living space for only $555,000. The open, seamless main-level design is conducive to family gatherings and parties. The well-designed kitchen includes plenty of storage, a large island and gourmet appliances and the lower level has a finished recreation room and bath.
Julian and Rodrock handpicked four well-regarded builders to join them at Terrybrook Farms— James Engle, Roeser Homes, Jim Larson Homes and New Mark Homes. These builders also have models open during the Parade.
Terrybrook Farms has five homes ready for immediate purchase to 60-day occupancy, with more in various stages of construction.
Schools, location, convenience
The location of Terrybrook Farms feels secluded but offers easy access to the highway and convenience to shopping and dining— and the proximity to elementary and middle schools and Blue Valley Southwest is key for many buyers.
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Community managers and Weichert, Realtors Graham-Welch real estate agents Brenda Maier-Haverty and Jennifer Rich encourage Parade goers to experience Johnson County’s premier community by Don Julian and Rodrock Homes. “Buyers find this unique community embodies the tradition of an enduring family lifestyle,” Rich said.